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Registration open for the EJTA Teachers' Conference in Liverpool, 26-28 April

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(Deadline to register is 6 April)

Liverpool John Moores University looks forward to welcoming colleagues from across Europe to the EJTA Teachers’ Conference in April (26-28). The programme is taking shape, with high profile keynote speakers from the BBC and Guardian newspaper. 

More information on the Teachers' Conference can be found here.

For information on Liverpool John Moores University (ljmu.ac.uk) please click here.

Contact persons are Jackie Newton (j.newton1@ljmu.ac.uk) and Frances Yeoman (f.h.yeoman@ljmu.ac.uk).


Message from the board


The board and the director of EJTA would like to express their sympathy and solidarity to our Ukrainian colleagues, journalism students, journalists and citizens.

We strongly condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.


In these difficult times it's not possible to continue our cooperation with Russian institutes of journalism teaching.

Journalism requires verification, ethical responsibility and integrity. We have to raise journalists to report, explain, contextualize, and debunk in order to inform our societies with truthful information, and contribute to democratic debate.  

Our weapon is our professionalism and collaboration on truth telling.

Éric Nahon, president
Nadia Vissers, director
Nikolaus Koller, board member
Anne Leppärjärvi, board member
Carien Touwen, board member
Tiko Tsomaia, board member


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EJTA is participating in the Erasmus+ KA2 project:  “Journalism Education for Democracy in Ukraine: Developing Standards, Integrity and Professionalism”.

The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.